Philosockphy's Sock of the Month Club: How to Warp Your Yarn Without Going Blind
Convinced that you’ll never learn to warp your sock yarn without losing your mind? Introducing the Philosockphy sock of the month Club, where we teach you how to keep your sanity while learning this crucial technique and more! We’ve written articles on everything from how to choose the best yarn to how to dye your own sock yarn and even how to fix mistakes in the middle of warping. We also have our very own sock of the month club, which gives you access to subscriber-only deals and discounts on new sock yarns every month. Check us out today!
One of the most requested items that we receive at Philosockphy is requests for socks. As part of our monthly subscription club, we are now offering a sock club with a variety of socks. If you're looking for fun socks for men, funky dress socks or just something new and interesting, this is your chance! We have everything from cool mens socks to crazy color dress socks and all sorts in between. You'll find everything from crew socks and ankle socks to fun men's ankle socks. Our sock subscription will be sent out on the 15th of each month with an assortment of designs that cover all tastes- from simple patterns like argyle or stripes to more colorful offerings like polka dots or animal prints. With so many choices, there is something here for everyone!
Part 1 - What is a Warped Sock?
A Warped Sock is a tube sock that you can knit or crochet without sewing. This is done by making sure that when you cast on, your stitches are not too tight and make a rope with no gaps in it. This way, you can take your cast-on row, stretch it until it is long enough to create a long tube, and then start knitting or crocheting. A big benefit of Warped socks over traditional socks is that they are much easier to knit because there are no messy seams! Another great thing about them is that they require less yarn than regular socks because there are only two rows for the heel instead of four.
Part 2 - How to Achieve Perfect Horizontal Warping
When you're ready to get started, tie a piece of string between two chairs and place your ball of yarn on top. Make sure it is in the center and not too close to either side. Take your left hand and wrap it around the string so that you are holding both ends. Take your right hand and hold one end. Take a deep breath, now pull hard!
Part 3 - What is Knitting Fixation?
Knitting Fixation is a monthly sock subscription service. It's designed so that you get a new pair of quality socks delivered right to your door each month. The best part? Every Knitting Fixation package includes two pairs of socks, one for you and one for someone else! You'll never have to worry about running out of socks again.
Part 4 - Comparison Between Regular Heel & Toe Up versus Three Needle Bind Off in Heel & Toe Up Socks
The most common type of heel is a regular heel, which is what you will find in most patterns. A regular heel looks like this: first you knit across your stitches and then pick up one stitch from each side of your stitches on each needle (this will be two stitches on one side and one stitch on the other). Then knit these picked up stitches together with the next two stitches on each needle. You should have a total of six loops across your needles after knitting this section. Next, knit across your pattern, picking up one stitch from each side (which will be three stitches on one side and two on the other). Knit these picked-up stitches together with the last three stitches from each needle. You should now have nine loops across your needles after knitting this section.
The decision to purchase Philosockphy's sock of the month Club is a great investment. Not only will you get fresh socks every month, but you will also learn about how one goes about warping yarn for knitting. You'll even learn about dyeing and how this process can impact your finished product. Plus, you'll be able to show off your new skills by knitting for others or making something for yourself. It doesn't matter if you want colorful socks or cool socks for men-this sock club has it all!